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The gig economy is getting bigger. But some workers are getting organised. In 2018, Bristol workers joined in.

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Producer: Adam Cantwell-Corn

Assistant producer / camera: Melanie Vaxevanakis

Editor: treatmentworx

Cover photo: Thomas Katan

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